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Visual basic .net -> visual c++ .net

Discussion in 'Visual Basic .NET' started by Packers, Apr 16, 2011.

  1. Packers

    Packers Registered Member

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    Alright guys,

    This is annoying the crap out of me. Seriously. I've got Visual Studio 2010 Enterprise edition and it's set up to compile visual basic. I want to use it to program c++. The problem being I can't find where I can change it! It asked me what I want to code in when I first installed it, and I've also changed this setting before but for the life of me can not remember where it is and can't find it on google.

    Cheers in advance!
     
  2. smack

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    if you run the install file again you should be able to choose to add features.
     
  3. Packers

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    Yeah, but there was another method without having to reinstall!

    I noticed that when you create a new project you can choose which language, so got it in the end!

    Cheers!
     
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    oh then you already have the languages installed.

    you don't have to do a full reinstall, you just need to run the installer again and add the features you want.